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The End of Capitalism

By Malcolm B Heap, Midnight Ministries

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In 1917, the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia began an experiment in atheistic Communism that lasted 72 years. That brand of Communism fell in 1989. It was an experiment in evil, so it was destined to end.

Every ideology and governmental system that excludes God, and is not founded on the Word of God, is destined to fall. The prophets declared that maxim in various different contexts.

Daniel declared that “the Most High rules in the kingdom of men” (Dan 4:25). In a startling vision, Nebuchadnezzar, the ruler of the Babylonian empire at that time, saw four major empires rise and fall (Dan 2:37-43). These were the Babylonian empire, followed by the Medo-Persian empire, the Macedonian empire, and then the Roman empire. All fell because all were founded upon human ideology, not God’s ideology.

There is one last attempt yet to take place, in a final ‘resurrection’ of the Roman empire, to achieve what all the others failed to achieve. But it, too, will fail. This end-time European union is prophesied in symbol in Daniel 2:40-44 as a union of disparate nationalities, which cannot bond. It cannot last. So it will be that “in the days of these kings the God of heaven will set up a kingdom which shall never be destroyed” (Dan 2:44).

God’s Word and His Government Last For Ever

The enduring qualities of God are transmitted to all that God promotes. Jesus said that heaven and earth may pass away (when the time for their purpose comes to an end), but His Word will never pass away (Matt 24:35). God is inseparable from His Word.

“His [God’s] kingdom is an everlasting dominion which shall not pass away, and His kingdom the one which shall not be destroyed” (Dan 7:14). It will be unlike all previous kingdoms of men.

The problem with man’s governments is sin. Where God’s commandments are not made the bedrock of human behaviour, fragility is the result. Jesus stated emphatically that what is founded on the Rock of His Word will not be shaken by rainstorm or wind. But the shifting sands of human ideology without God are destined to be blown away (Matt 7:24-27).

This is the inevitable outcome for western capitalism and democracy. People might think democracy is a laudable form of government, but it is not based on the Word of God. It is based on human precept, without reference now to the Word of God. In times past, British democracy did have some things in common with the Word of God, and British law at one time was patterned on various biblical precepts. But today, Britain has thrown God out as irrelevant.

The Creator has been substituted by evolution. The Lawgiver has been dethroned and replaced with human rationalism. The Healer has been supplanted by the NHS (National Health Service). Take any aspect of God’s rulership outlined in the Bible, which He offers to mankind as an aid or support, and British or American ingenuity and ‘superiority’ have replaced it with a human substitute. Humanism is the god of Western civilisation. Of course, it’s not limited to the British or Americans. Europeans and all civilisations have adopted an antichrist alternative. They will all fall:

The loftiness of man shall be bowed down, and the haughtiness of men shall be brought low... (Is 2:17). The idols He shall utterly abolish (Is 2:18).

Jesus said: Every tree that does not bear good fruit is cut down and thrown into the fire (Matt 7:19).

John the Baptist said the same, too (Matt 3:10).

A tree is not only a symbol of a person’s life. It is also a group symbol of a church, an ideology, or nation. Babylon, governed by Nebuchadnezzar, was depicted as a great tree (Dan 4:20-22).

God Destroys This Babylonian Rule

The ideology that democratic humanism has spawned in the West is now godless. It does not accept God’s moral principles in the Bible. Secular humanism tolerates substitutes, many of which the Catholic harlot has made all nations drunk on (Rev 17:1-2) in our Sunday orientated society. The Babylonian system perpetuated by Catholicism and Western civilisation is predicted in Revelation 18 to come crashing down.  God is going to destroy this system. It is vile to Him! It harbours every abomination that He hates!

A mighty angel took up a stone like a great millstone and threw it into the sea [symbol of nations, see Rev 17:15] saying, Thus with violence... Babylon will be thrown down... [to be no more] (Rev 18:21).  




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